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2015-02-05

Law West and East of Privilege Creek

By Judith Pannebaker BCC Editor

Monday, Jan. 26:
• It appears a Bandera Boob found himself in hot water for committing something called "unlawful restraint," which is a felony and for which he is apparently still incarcerated.
• An apparent Big-Hearted Babe from Bandera was picked up for possessing more than four, but less than 200 grams of a controlled substance - a felony to be sure.
Tuesday, Jan. 27:
• A Bandera Bad Girl purportedly "thefted" herself some services.
• A Lakehills Laddie remains behind bars cause he had in his pocket - or wherever - a felonious amount of a Penalty Group 1 controlled substance.
• A Lawbreaker from the Lake District remains a guest of the Doo Drop Inn & Stay While Bungalows after being charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
• A couple of teenagers, who are quite apparently on the Wrong Track, were pinched for possessing pot and what might be its requisite paraphernalia.
Wednesday, Jan. 28:
• A court ordered that a Bandera Bonehead be picked up for some kind of felony he must have committed at some point and he was - and he remains - picked up, that is.
• So, this Hick from Harper was being dogged by two misdemeanor warrants that might revoke his probation - and he remains in the county clink because of it.
• A Pleasanton Pipsqueak remains enjoying the largess of Bandera County taxpayers after she was nicked for two misdemeanors, pot possession and for ignoring an order to appear before a previous court.
• Well, lookee here. A Lakehills Lunkhead perjured himself and got caught by a member of the constabulary. Well, well, well
Thursday, Jan. 29:
• After purportedly putting up his "dooks," a Lout from Lakehills was detained for assault with bodily injury.
• Sweetie darling, if you're going to drive drunk, don't have MJ in your pocket. It just looks really bad - like you have no self-control at all!
Friday, Jan. 30:
• It appears a local yoke must have skipped out on a previous bond, but after this arrest, he apparently bonded out again.
• An 18-year-old Cowboy Capital criminal in training might have made a false alarm or report. What an idjit!!!
• A Miscreant from McAllen found hisself in a heap o' trouble - not to mention, being charged with two felonies - for possessing a dangerous drug and for tampering with or fabricating evidence. My, but criminals are certainly a resourceful lot. He's still here.
• However, this Pipe Creep did him one better by possessing less than one gram but not more than four grams of a controlled substance, tampering with or fabricating evidence and manufacture and delivery of a PG 1 controlled substance. At three felonies, he wins the day's iniquitous trifecta. Ditto.
Saturday, Jan. 31:
• At 57 years, this guy was finally stopped for a first DWI.
This seems hardly worth mentioning, but a Pipe Creepette possessed paraphernalia. Maybe it was for bubbles or perhaps she is diabetic. You never know...
• This 23 year old should learn to control his temper before he's picked up for assault by contact or assault by threat. Oh, my mistake, he has been.
• In what is yet another trifecta of felonies, a Bandera Bonehead has been charged with two counts of evading arrest and another for the ubiquitous possession of what might be a large amount of controlled substance. Say, if these substances are so "controlled," why do so many people have them? I'm just askin'. Oh, and he's still in the quod.
Sunday, Feb. 1:
• Just celebratin' the Sabbath by getting pie-eyed in public.
Not only was this yo-yo driving without a license, but he apparently also assaulted someone with a deadly weapon for which he was sent to the slammer where he remains.
• Oh, for goodness sake, another Sunday night and another felony drug arrest - actually two for carrying a couple of those PG 1 not-so-controlled substances.
• A Blocky-Headed Babe from Bandera remains in the slammer on a quartet of misdemeanor charges, including two failure-to-appear warrants and two traffic offenses.
• A Kerr-Vert got popped for a second DWI.